Securing the Airspace with Lufft Ceilometers

Since the early days of aviation, clouds stand in the way between mankind and the sky. Today, to secure airspace and guarantee a safe flight, airports rely on meteorological instruments called ceilometers. In a recent article for the distinguished review Meteorology Technology International, our application expert Holger Wille and I explained what kind of instrument that is and how it works. 

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How Does Rain Fall? – The Principle of Precipitation

Summer has arrived in the northern hemisphere, heralding the beginning of the storm season and rainy period. The meteorological phenomena and their impact may differ in regard to regional realities. But irrespective of the place and its local designation, the principle of evaporation and precipitation dictates the water cycle everywhere and lays the fundament of life on our planet.

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Fresh air against the corona-pandemic: indoor climate measurement with the OPUS20 TCO

COVID-19 has been keeping the world on tenterhooks for over six months now, and although we learn more and more about the SARS CoV-2 virus, a vaccine is not yet in sight. Meanwhile, the influence of indoor air on transmission is moving into the focus of science. Air quality monitoring devices, such as the Lufft OPUS20 TCO, could make an important contribution to the fight against the pandemic.

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Cities become smart through data

A smart city makes life easier for its inhabitants and administration. Whether it’s looking for parking spaces, waste disposal, irrigation or winter services – the pioneering municipality of Herrenberg is using data to perform many of its tasks more cleverly and efficiently than before. The intelligent winter road clearance service is based on sensors from Lufft.

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